Kicking off at 7pm at Leyland County Ground, the young Whites will be hoping to continue their good form after winning seven of their last eight league games.
David Lee and Tony Kelly's charges saw their clash away at Nottingham Forest last Friday afternoon called off late in the day, with them no doubt chomping at the bit having not figured domestically since their draw with Leeds United on December 18.
The Whites currently sit third in the league table with 25 points taken from their 15 outings so far.
In contrast, visitors Sheffield United are a place above the Trotters and two points ahead, but have played a gamemore.
Admission will cost £3 for adults and £1 for concessions with season ticket holders able to attend free of charge.